The full text of Khamenei.ir’s interview with Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah
Israel spies and spies and spies on US
US, Israel and the myth of Iranian nuclear threat
The Islamic Republic of Iran never attacked another nation, threatens none, never did, except to warn of harsh retaliation if attacked — its legal right under international law.
UN and Multilateral Diplomacy
The United Nations will be hosting six high level plenary meetings - unprecedented even by its own standards - during the beginning of the 74th session of the General Assembly in late September.
Afghanistan a Proving Ground for US Arms
Some 18 years into the war, and at a time when the people of Afghanistan seek the international community’s help for peace and prosperity, the Pentagon regime has found Afghanistan as a nice proving ground for a lot of different new military technology, hoping to show that new artificial intelligence efforts and cloud computing can make information-sharing in an occupation more efficient.
Who Is Responsible for Persian Gulf Security?
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says any military presence in the Persian Gulf from outside the region would be a “source of insecurity” for Iran, and Tehran would act to safeguard its security.
Sad Day for Humanity
The United Nations has finally condemned the execution of two young activists in Bahrain, as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed crackdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy activists in the Persian Gulf kingdom.
Yemeni Civilians Could Only Stand So Much Suffering
Now is the time to survey the wreck of the world with an air of concern. The United Arab Emirates is withdrawing its troops from war-torn Yemen in coordination with key ally Saudi Arabia.
Trump’s media campaign against Iran: Megaphone or megaflop?
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